There is no pain
quite like the kind
Which b l o o m s
from fertility struggles.
It eats at your soul
Like spilled ink
slowly possesses paper
Consumes you on a cellular level
Even being in a room with beholders
because each of our paths
It’s the kind of solitude that comes with death.
When we crave to create
To hold that power
We are walking between worlds.
We are entering a place without words;
We are beholden to our bodies
Something our ancestors understood
But has since been sold
Morgan Hoffman is of mixed heritage where her Philippine ancestral roots are Ilocano from Agoo and Masbateño from Monreal, Ticao. Her German ancestry hails from Baden-Württemberg. She is the great-granddaughter of an Albularyo (i.e Philippine Healer) and as such is working to fulfill what she believes is the legacy of the modern day healer: creating spaces for self healing in order to heal across generations— past, present, and future.
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